The full music line-up for the Larmer Tree Festival can now be revealed including BY THE RIVERS, GENTLEMAN'S DUB CLUB, THE BEAT and CLINTON FEARON of THE GLADIATORS.
The line-up for Sheffield’s United Colours Of Music Festival at the Don Valley Bowl can now be revealed including headliners UB40 and THE SKATALITES.
The organisers of Folkestone Ska Splash have confirmed the line-up of artists for the 2013 event including THE SKATALITES, THE BEAT and THE SELECTER.
Summer-loving DUB PISTOLS and ska movement spearheads THE BEAT are among the initial acts announced for Herefordshire's Nozstock The Hidden Valley festival.
2Tone ska revival band THE BEAT performed to a packed house at the Komedia in Bath on Friday night (1 February). Fan-filmed video of “Hands Off She's Mine” and “Save It For Later” can be viewed below.
Legendary 2Tone band THE BEAT will be performing in the Westcountry this Friday (1 February) with a big show at the Komedia in Bath.
The West Midlands ska revivalists return to the city where fans can expect to hear classics such as “Tears Of A Clown”, “Ranking Full Stop” and “Mirror In The Bathroom”.
The organisers of SUNRISE FESTIVAL have announced the initial acts of the 2013 event, including DUB PISTOLS, THE BEAT and THE SKINTS.
The Wychwood Festival, a UK event which offers a blend of world, roots and contemporary music, has revealed the initial acts for its 2013 instalment.
2Tone ska legends THE BEAT top the line-up so far alongside Caravan Palace and Moulettes.
Rising East London reggae band THE SKINTS will join 2Tone legends THE BEAT when they perform a homecoming gig at Birmingham Town Hall on 15 December.
The UK’s Rhythm Festivals 2012 has been cancelled after a whole series of glitches and the domino effect put a stop to the show going ahead.
TOOTS AND THE MAYTALS and a selection of top reggae/ska performers will headline a new music festival in Sheffield later this summer.
The second set of bands has been announced for the UK’s BoomTown festival including NATTY, THE BEAT and DUB PISTOLS.
The first round of acts was announced earlier this month, including the likes of ALBOROSIE, TANYA STEPHENS and THE SKATALITES.
A strong selection of reggae artists and bands are among the first acts to be confirmed for next summer's Rhythm Festivals.
Some of the early announced acts include:
British 2Tone ska band THE BEAT performed to a sold-out crowd at the Fleece and Firkin in Bristol last night. Check out fan-filmed video footage of the show below.
Early on in the set they kicked off with the track "Click Click":
The Birmingham band is part way through a tour of the UK and has so far lined up the following upcoming dates:
Legendary Jamaican band THE PIONEERS are the latest headline addition to the London International Ska Festival 2012.
The vocal trio, comprising of Sydney Crooks, Jackie Robinson and George Dekker, had an international breakthrough track with “Long Shot Kick De Bucket” (covered by THE SPECIALS), followed by “Give & Take” and JIMMY CLIFF cover “Let Your Yeah Be Yeah”.